PAGE THIRTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, 20, 1963 Explore New Cancer Treatment By FRANK CAREY Press Science Writer ATLANTIC ITY, N.J. (AP)Scientists are exploring the possibility of using Atahrine—the armed forces' prime drug weapon ngainst malaria early in World War II—as a kind of "Trojan Horse" to tight lung cancer. The idea would be to use Ata- brine, which itself has no effect on cancer, as a vehicle for transporting radiation—or cancer-fight- ing drugs to the site of the ma-1 the American Medical Associa- lignancy—without harming normal tissue enroute. It would be much like the way the ancient Greeks used their wooden "gift" horse to sneak their warriors inside the walls o Troy. Drs. Alvin Shemesh and Norman B. Ackerman of the Univer sity of Minnesota Medical Schoo told about it in a statement pre pared for the closing session of OPEN 6:45 Hurry! Tonlte Last Times! Shown 7:30 9:30 THE m«DmMNAVISION un PATHECOLOR STARTS FRIDAY! Open 6:45 "Ugly American" At 7:00 9:13 its most powerful md challenging rolet mm mm m THE MOST IMPORTANT ADVENTURE OF OUR TIME! 7T MLYAHll I Eastman COLOR S»RA CHURCH-EIJIOKADA-PAT HINGLE Extra: Disney's "Chipmunks Cartoon" "2 Chips & a Miss" Don't Forget "Kiddies Summer Fun Show" Every Tues. tion's 12th annual meeting today. The Minnesota researchers said they had found that Atabrine, and other compounds of the "amino- acridine" family, have a tendency to concentrate most heavily in the lungs and liver when administered to experimental animals. Declaring that Atabrine ant Open Frl. 6:30 FRIDAY Sat. & Sun. A Great Show "ALL DISNEY PROGRAM" "FIAJBBER" Shown 7:00 9:25 Loaded with Laughs! Walt Disney /, fiarToir ' raoMACMlIRRAYNwOLSON KUAHDBrBUENAVISU DISTRIBUTION COJNC. ® 1962 WAIT DISNEr PRODUCTIONS PLUS: Featurette; Disney's "BEAR COUNTRY" 8:45 EXTRA: PLUTO CARTOON "PANTR1 PIRATE" some of its chemical cousins can be made to fluoresce, or "glow," when exposed to ultra-violet light, they said they used this technique to trace the distribution of such chemicals in the tissues of animals in which experimental tumors had been implanted at various sites. Some of the compounds, includ- ng Atabrine, were strongly con| centrated by tumors in the lungs. ' Within minutes after administration, the tumors and the normal lung issue would "light up," but by 24 hours the glowing would be limited to the cancer area which would remain bright for about four days. The doctors said lung tumors in animals can be identified and pinpointed in the lung area by this method when the chest is opened surgically—and they thereby implied that the method might offer a way to aiding diagnosis of lung cancer in suspicious human cases. They also reported they are now working on a new slant. They have procured radioactive forms of Atabrine and are using them in lung-tumorous rats to study the effect on the cancer. Contracts Let For U oil Chicago Campus PEORIA, m. (AP)—Contracts totaling more than $10 million for construction on the new Univer sity of Illinois Congress Circle campus in Chicago have been approved by university trustees The board of trustees Wednesday awarded the general contract for a union building to Power Con struction, Inc., of Oak Park on a bid of $5,644,322. Other contracts for construction of the union brought its total cost of $8,414,867. In addition, a $956,353 contract 'or general work on the campus heating plant was awarded to Ragnar Benson, Inc. of Chicago. Other contracts for work on the plant brought its total cost to $1,638,808. The trustees at their monthly meeting also approved sale $6.8 million of Series A Congres Circle bonds to White Weld & Co Chicago, and associates. The pric was $6,759,326, plus acrrued in terest at a rate of 3.50423 pe cert. A total of $2,780,000 in Series bonds was sold to Halsey Stura & Co., Inc., Chicago, and asso ciates at a price of $2,780,695, plu accrued interest at a price $2,780 695, plus accrued interest a a rate of 3.48892 per cent. The Federal Housing and Horn Finance Agency was sold anbtne 51,220,000 of Series B bonds at pa value, plus accrued interest o 3.5 per cent. The A.F. Krall Construction Co. Inc., Decatur, was awarded a $523,030 general contract for con struction of a rehabilitation cen :er for paraplegics in Champaign ROME — The Italian Cabinet has decided to cut the tariffs on importation of zinc scrap. Tonite Last ^^_Times^__ Jerry Lewis "THE NUTTY PROFESSOR" Starts Friday! Walt Disney "SAVAGE SAM" Tonight at 9:00 p.m. The Flying Monster "RODAN" Tonight at 7:15 p.m. Walt Disney's "BABES IN TOYLAND" FRI., SAT., SUN. No Matinee Saturday Matinee Sunday ' CINEMASCOPE Fri. & Sat. at 8:47 p.m. COLOR t* OE LUXJ Richard Basehlor and Marie Granada "SAVAGE GUNS" Fri. & Sat. at 7:15 p.m. COLONEL SANDERS' KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN "It's Finger-Licking: Good" £ A P /* I A I I FAMILY PARTY BOX Serves 3 to 5 people! Col. Sanders' Kentucky Fried Chicken! 10 plump, golden brown pieces of chicken! Regular C $2.25 U 1.99 FRIDAY and SATURDAY JUNE 21-22 ONLY! Everyday Specials! PINT ^"Me 10 QUAP POTATO SALAD . . . COLE SLAW .... BAKED BEANS . . . MASHED POTATOES . 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An exhibit of work accomplished during the .wo weeks will be on display. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Miss Janine Barton, daughter of Mrs. Charles Barton, is attending Girls Sate a MacMurray College, Jacksonville this week. She is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. C. B. K. Argall, accom panied by her daughter, Mrs Phyllis Wills of Jefferson City Mo., returned home Tuesday. Mrs Argall has spent several week with her daughter in Jefferson City following an arm fracture. Mrs. Richard Cackley a n daughters, June and Jane, of Ma son City are spending severa days with Mrs. Cackley's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parks. SEOUL—A training school for young people interested in ca reers in their government's for eign service has opened In the outskirts of Korea's capital city Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally STARLIGHT D RIV E . I N f.. THffllRI : ROUTE 140, COUEOE AVt • AUOH JUINOIS = Your Favorite Family Drive In. 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